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Postdoctoral Positions Available In plant molecular biology

David G.Oppenheimer doppenhe at biology.as.ua.edu
Tue Feb 20 14:39:44 EST 2001


POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS AVAILABLE In plant molecular biology/genetics

Two postdoctoral positions are available to work on NSF-funded projects
involving analysis of the cytoskeleton in trichome mutants of
Arabidopsis, and in molecular analysis of genes involved in trichome
branching. (See related publications: PNAS 94:6261-6266 1997,
Development 126:3079-3088 1999, Development 126:5547-5557 1999). Minimum
requirements include a Ph.D. in plant molecular biology, genetics, cell
biology or a related discipline. Additional experience in confocal
microscopy and plant genetics preferred. Opportunities will be provided
to develop projects for candidate's future professional career.
Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae,
description of current work or statement of research interests, list of
publications and relevant reprints, and names of three references
(including address, phone, and email). Send completed applications
(email preferred) to: Dr. David G. Oppenheimer, Department of Biological
Sciences, University of Alabama, 301 Biology, Box 870344, Tuscaloosa, AL
35487-0344 (e-mail: oppenhei at bama.ua.edu). Review of applications will
begin 26 March 2001. The University of Alabama is an Affirmative
Action/Equal Opportunities Employer.

Application Deadline: Review of Applications will begin on 26 March 2001



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David G. Oppenheimer
Associate Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Alabama
301 Biology
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0344  USA



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